Protests against presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump turned ugly Friday night as police arrested 35 demonstrators, including a candidate for city attorney who was filming an advancing phalanx of riot gear-clad policemen. According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Police Chief Shelley...
Last Wednesday morning, a relatively quiet California community was shocked when a 15-year-old girl went missing. Pearl Pinson was last seen being dragged along a pedestrian overpass above the I-780. According to an eyewitness, the teen was bloody and screaming for help as she was dragged from the scene. Show More Summary
From China to Yemen, the illegal antiquities trade is a booming business that is wreaking havoc on the world's archaeological heritage and its history
CONAKRY (Reuters) - At least 59 people were injured in Guinea when youths frustrated they were being kept out of the opening of a new mosque in the town of Timbo clashed with police, a hospital director and witnesses said on Saturda...
PARIS (AP) — France’s junior transport minister, Alain Vidalies, says that fuel shortages sparked by nationwide strikes and blockades are easing across France, although he warned that the crisis wasn’t over. Panic at the pump has been among the most serious effects of weeks of French labor action, which has shuttered refineries, blocked fuel depots […]
Service on two lines of Milan’s metro system was suspended Saturday after a suspicious package was found at one of the metro stations just hours before the Italian city is set to hold the Champions League final, local media reported...
NOAA expects 2016's storm count to be near-normal, but other forecasters disagree.
ROME (AP) — Giorgio Albertazzi, a theater and film actor and director famed especially for playing, well into old age, the emperor’s role based on “Memories of Hadrian,” has died in his native Tuscany, Italy. His family and Premier Matteo Renzi’s office announced the 92-year-old’s death Saturday, with the Italian leader hailing him as a […]
It's time for honest Republicans to speak out against this dangerous, unprincipled vulgarian. Who has the courage?
Ukraine’s first military radio station Army FM is in the works with help from a US non-profit organization. It would broadcast for Ukrainian soldiers fighting with militia forces in the Donbass conflict.
Argentina's last dictator and 14 other former military officials were sentenced to prison for human rights crimes on Friday, marking the first time a court has ruled that Operation Condor was a criminal conspiracy to kidnap and forcibly disappear people across international borders. The covert operation was launched in the...
The proposal for a transitional government in Syria comprised of five vice presidents is intended to throw the nation into deeper chaos, Senator from the US State of Virginia Richard Black told Sputnik.
As the summer beach season opens in the United States, at least one expert is predicting an increase in shark attacks around the world this year that will surpass last year’s record number. “We should have more bites this year than last,” George Burgess, director of the...
Housing costs are out of whack with incomes across the country, making the task of finding an affordable place to live a real struggle, even for many full-time workers. A report titled “Out of Reach,” out this week from the NationalShow More Summary
"Mission: Impossible" turns 20 years old this month. Besides launching a series that continues to have box-office success, the movie featured a sort of strange way to present intensity for a blockbuster: squeezing actors very, very close...Show More Summary
Energy policy experts who followed Mr. Trump’s proposals said that while some hewed to G.O.P. orthodoxy, others appeared implausible and ill considered.
One has moved on. The other is still wondering how she will.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan has banned advertisements for contraceptive products on television and radio over concern that they expose inquisitive children to the subject of sex, local media reported on Saturday.
KABUL (Reuters) - The world community has yet to find an adequate response to cultural destruction as shown by the deliberate wrecking of ancient sites in Syria and Mali by Islamist radicals, the head of the UN's cultural organization said.